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Artwise Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum Years 7-10 & eBookPLUS

Artwise Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum Years 7-10 & eBookPLUS
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Israel
ISBN13 9781118606247
Pub date September 2013
Pages 312
RRP $69.95
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This new edition of Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum is specifically written to address the Visual Arts learning area within the Australian Curriculum. It provides a stimulating resource for students in Years 7 to 10, with a broad range of Australian and international artists, and a balance of traditional and contemporary examples. The overall sequencing of chapters demonstrates a progression in difficulty of subject matter, which allows teachers to dip in and out according to the year level and ability of their students in order to work towards the appropriate Australian Curriculum Year level standard.

Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum incorporates an offering of integrated units that provide the optimum teaching balance between the Australian Curriculum: The Arts strands of Making and Responding within an overall thematic framework.

Each unit is begun with a range of suggested Making tasks that use step-by-step instructions to guide students through their own creative process. Sample student works and a wide range of works (practices) from recognised artists allow students to investigate these and find their own inspiration.

The Responding strand allows students to analyse the viewpoints offered by the artworks, with Self-reflection activities on the eBookPLUS placing the student at the centre of the learning experience, setting goals and evaluating their learning.

Key features:
• Addresses the Visual Arts learning area within the Australian Curriculum: The Arts
• Delivers a flexible approach to  meet the needs of students from the  introductory years 7-8 to elective  years 9-10
• Begins with an introductory chapter that covers safety and basic art techniques
• Presents graded and carefully sequenced units that integrate Making and Responding strands
• Provides step-by-step instructions for students’ own artwork
• Presents a wide range of artists and their practices across traditional, contemporary, ATSI and Asian sources



Artwise: Visual Arts for the Australian Curriculum
 7-10 eBookPLUS
is an electronic version of the textbook and a complementary set of targeted digital resources.

The eBookPLUS features:
• video interviews with featured artists
• weblinks
• self-reflection activities
• interactive vocabulary builders
• eLessons that pair interviews with related worksheets

These flexible and engaging ICT activities are available online at the JacarandaPLUS website (www.jacplus.com.au).

Preface vii
About eBookPLUS ix
About Artwise x
Acknowledgements xii

Introduction 1
General safety policy for the art room 2
Art-making hints and techniques 5
Evaluating art-making criteria 15
Responding to art 17
Graphic organisers and learning skills 21
Reflection 28

Chapter 1: People 29

Unit 1 Portraits 30
Ben QUILTY 30
Tim STORRIER 32
Albrecht DÜRER 33
Cherry HOOD 38
Pablo PICASSO 41
Gustav KLIMT 42
Darren SYLVESTER 44
Del Kathryn BARTON 47
Ernst Ludwig KIRCHNER 49
Annette BEZOR 50

Unit 2 The Figure — representing society 52
POLYKLEITOS 52
RAPHAEL 54
Neil HADDON 56
Locust JONES 59
BANKSY 60
Baden PAILTHORPE 61

Unit 3 The Figure — further approaches 63
Laith McGREGOR 63
Sopheap PICH 65
Juan FORD 67
Reflection 68

Chapter 2: Humanity 69

Unit 1 Family 70
Salvatore ZOFREA 71
Barbara HANRAHAN 72
Matt CALVERT 74
Charles BLACKMAN 75
David BROMLEY 78

Unit 2 Heroes and Celebrities 80
Andy WARHOL 81
Anthony BENNETT 82
Tsukioka YOSHITOSHI 84

Unit 3 Life events and social issues 86
David ROSETZKY 86
Darren SYLVESTER 88
Alberto GIACOMETTI 89
Dadang CHRISTANTO 92
Bui Cong KHANH 95
Damien HIRST 96
Tiwi artists 98
Reflection 100

Chapter 3: Nature 101

Unit 1 Insects and flora 102
Nicholas BLOWERS 105
Charwei TSAI 106
Fiona HALL 108
Tim MAGUIRE 112
Georgia O’KEEFFE 113

Unit 2 Birds and animals 115
Michael RILEY 115
Richard ALLEN 117
Craig WADDELL 119
Peter COOLEY 120
Sam LEACH 121
Marian DREW 124

Unit 3 Sculpting nature 126
Fiona HALL 127
Bronwyn OLIVER 129
Reflection 132

Chapter 4: Nature and human intervention 133

Unit 1 The sea and marine life, weather 134
Joseph Mallord William TURNER 135
Raoul DUFY 136
Jasper KNIGHT 137
Cy TWOMBLY 138
Fujiko NAKAYA 140
Minam APANG 141

Unit 2 Humanity versus nature 143
Qiu ANXIONG 143
Giacomo COSTA 146
Andrew BROWNE 148
Huang YAN 149
Toyo ITO 151
Reflection 152

Chapter 5: human-made: structures and obJects 153

Unit 1 Buildings and interiors 154
Maurice de VLAMINCK 156
André DERAIN 157
Howard ARKLEY 159
Darren WARDLE 161
Frank O. GEHRY 163
Jasper KNIGHT 167
Jeffrey SMART 168
Joanna LAMB 171
Song DONG 172

Unit 2 Objects — still life 174
Margaret OLLEY 175
Margaret PRESTON 176
Robyn STACEY 178
Andreas GURSKY 183
David BOWERS 187

Unit 3 Objects and perception — reality versus illusion 189
René MAGRITTE 191
Jeff KOONS 193
Alexander SETON 196
Ernesto NETO 197
Philip BEESLEY 199
Reflection 200

Chapter 6: Colour and light 201

Unit 1 Colour 202
Paul GAUGUIN 203
Vincent van GOGH 205
Nyapanyapa YUNUPINGU 208
Grace COSSINGTON SMITH 211
Aida TOMESCU 213
Michael BERRY 215
Matthew JOHNSON 216
Mavis NGALLAMETTA 218

Unit 2 Light 221
Claude MONET 221
Michelangelo CARAVAGGIO 223
Anish KAPOOR 224
James TURRELL 227
Olafur ELIASSON 228

Unit 3 Text 230
Rosalie GASCOIGNE 232
Imants TILLERS 233
Jean-Michel BASQUIAT 236
Michael LINDEMAN 238
Reflection 238

Chapter 7: Symbols 239

Unit 1 Personal symbols and designs 240
Nancy PETYARRE 244
Rover THOMAS 245
Yayoi KUSAMA 247
Brook ANDREW 250
Alasdair MACINTYRE 253

Unit 2 Cultural identity 256
Tom ROBERTS 257
Gerry WEDD 259
Vernon AH KEE 262
Daniel BOYD 265
Guan WEI 267
Reflection 270

Chapter 8: Time 271

Unit 1 Art and time 272
Daniel CROOKS 274
Shaun GLADWELL 276
Michaela GLEAVE 278
Cai GUO-QIANG 280
Christian MARCLAY 283
Reflection 285
Vocabulary 286
Artist list 290
Making task list 294

Index 296

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